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JobFlex Releases an App for Creating On-Site Reports

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The new mobile technology has been designed specifically to create professional quotes and estimates in the field.

| March 3, 2014

SPARTA, MICH.  — JobFlex, a Midwest software company, has released a new app that provides contractors with agile new mobile technology designed specifically to create professional quotes and estimates in the field.

Simply upload a material/pricing list, logo and terms and conditions and the app is ready to go. Take pictures on-site or import photos saved on the tablet to enhance quotes and sell more work on the spot. JobFlex cuts down time spent back in the office on scheduling, paperwork, and project coordination, higher closing rates due to on-the-spot quote generation, and other efficiencies.

JobFlex  is owned and operated by a team of professionals with decades of experience in the contracting business. The digital application was born after years of seeing software companies failing to deliver simple, mobile solutions designed with contractors and their workflows in mind, the company reports.

For more information visit http://www.job-flex.com/.
 

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